This famous seaplane was a wartime workhorse, performing as a torpedo bomber against enemy ships and as a patrol aircraft, looking for enemy ships? PBY Catalina! What fighter is considered to be the most capable carrier-based fighter/bomber of WWII? F4U Corsair
David Vaina, marketing director at Treasure Coast Food Bank, discusses the second annual Pack The House event in Fort Pierce.
PHILADELPHIA TOWN CHURCH, MUNDAKAYAM || (EVENT NO: 1571)
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Bakersfield got its first red carpet Night To Shine event. This allowed teens and adults to have a prom they never had. From autism, Down syndrome to cerebral palsy, nobody was left out. There was a karaoke room, a beauty salon room, a room to get a shoe shine and of course a place to dance all night. We have a part two to this as well so make sure you watch that. Subscribe to our channel so you don’t miss any of our inspiring videos.
In 2014, Journey Church of Des Moines, IA hosted “Special Egg Event”, an Easter egg hunt for children with special needs. Here is a highlight clip of the event. Visit them on the web at
UUA Co-Moderators preside over the general sessions in which the business of the Association is being conducted. Please refer to the Agenda for details on the specific items which will be addressed.
Eric Church Perform With Justin Moore singing Cant Even Bait a Hook. Eric Church Opens with Country Music Jesus and performs Hell on the Heart,Guy Like Me,Jack Daniels Kicked My ass Last Night, Creepin,Drink in my Hand,Smoke a little Smoke, Boots left to fill,Springsteen
Pj’s Event Center, 2411 University Drive Pine Bluff, AR. All your event/party needs in one location. For booking contact:[email protected] Follow on Twitter:@PJsEventCenter visit our new website
May 24, 2018
Victory Outreach Victorville, Community Outreach Event, ART BLAJOS, MC BLVD, LOVE CONNECTION, THE SAINT
April 2, 2017
High Risk for severe thunderstorms via Storm Prediction Center as of 12:01 PM CDST for west-central and north-central Louisiana.
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It is uncertain as to whether or not the citizens of Jena, LA knew just how close the town came to being another Tusculusa or, God forbid, Joplin. “They (the citizens) knew it was big and dangerously close, although they couldn’t see it. I was amazed how prepared the townspeople were, especially in a city without sirens.”
Four tornados struck La Salle Parish on April 2, between 3 PM and 5:30, three of which came within 2-5 miles from striking the heart of Jena. “This is as lucky or blessed as one could ever hope to be in this situation” according to one spotter.
A known chaser passed through town just in time to greet the boiling, black mesocyclone that produced the third tornado, which was a quarter-mile-wide, and about 3 miles WNW of Jena around 5:17 PM). He stated, “Jena was obviously spared that day, as the long track tornados lifted right before hitting the town, and some touched down again and moved eastward, each missing the town proper.”
The video contains a new but competent group of spotters who are new to the area and come from the Tornado Alley region of the Texas Panhandle near Amarillo. Bear in mind, their cameras were shaky, as filming took backseat priority to their work as spotters (driving and exchanging realtime info). They synchronize well between realtime radar and visual confirmation.
The video contains the super-cells that were responsible for producing four separate EF-2 tornados each of which came dangerously close to Jena in La Salle Parish. The third Tornado formed about 4 miles north of Midway.
This EF-2 Tornado was a quarter of a mile wide and moved less than a mile during its 3-5 minute lifecycle. We were fortunate enough to catch only fair images of the actual Tornado. The high precipitation that day made most of the tornados rain-wrapped.
The HP nature of the storms added to spotter difficulty, as the foliage is a hindrance in itself. A vague and large funnel can be next to impossible to view and confirm, and this one is no exception. We happened to catch a peep of the large funnel plowing through distant woods before it, too, took refuge behind the rain curtain surrounding a major portion of the updraft.
Presented in collaboration with Bethel AME Church and Union United Methodist Church. This event is made possible by the generous support of the Lowell Institute.
Dr. Emilie M. Townes, an American Baptist clergywoman, is a native of Durham, North Carolina. She holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from the University of Chicago Divinity School and a PhD in Religion in Society and Personality from Northwestern University. Dr. Townes is the Dean and Carpenter Professor of Womanist Ethics and Society at Vanderbilt University Divinity School, becoming the first African American to serve as Dean of the Divinity School in 2013. She is the former Andrew W. Mellon Professor of African American Religion and Theology at Yale University Divinity School and in the fall of 2005, she was the first African American woman elected to the presidential line of the American Academy of Religion (AAR) and served as president in 2008.
On Sunday, November 15th a member of the Yahweh Lincoln Park Ministry was physically attacked by a member of the
Crossnet Miniistry in Hilo, Hawaii.
Yahweh’s Ministry was holding a peaceful rally across the street from Crossnet Ministry because Crossnet’s Pastor Timothy Waugh preaches pro-choice to his congregation.
This video shows a bad example of a person claiming to be a Christian in swearing and using physical violence against a true man of God.
Pastor Timothy Waugh needs to be held accountable for his flock and he can be reach at (808) 961-0300
The Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray is the ninth president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). She has served as lead minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Phoenix from 2008 to 2017. She previously served as minister of First Unitarian Universalist Church of Youngstown, Ohio, where she was a leader in congregation-based community organizing efforts, and served as intern at First Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville, Tennessee. After leading the UU response to Arizona’s anti-immigrant laws in 2010, she became lead organizer for the Arizona Immigration Ministry and a key organizer of the 2012 Justice General Assembly. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and Harvard Divinity School. She lives with her husband, the Rev. Brian Frederick-Gray, and their nine-year-old son, Henry.
Anne Watson Born is honored to be the 2018 GA Choir Director this year. She is the Director of Music Ministry at the First Unitarian Universalist Society in Newton and is a Credentialed UU Music Leader. She is the chair of the UUA’s Music Leadership Certification Committee and is also the Lifelong Repertoire & Resources chair for the Massachusetts chapter of the American Choral Directors Association.
Minutemen Protest at Obama / McCain event.
Lake Forest, California
August 16, 2008